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Institutional Review Board (IRB): IRB Webinars

IRB Webinars

IRB Webinars are live events pertaining to a variety of topics.  Attendees will gain insights about IRB process and materials through short presentations (20-30 minutes) as well as engage in question and answer sessions. Webinars are scheduled for 1 hour typically during time slots that help to reach as many NU community members as possible.  Please register ahead of time for this service!

Reminder: Researchers can link to our regularly occurring services (Group Writing Sessions and Office Hours) here.

Upcoming IRB Webinar

April 23, 2024 - "The NU Institutional Review Board (IRB): Recruitment and Informed Consent Materials and Process"

In this webinar, IRB staff will provide information about Informed Consent for research with adult human subjects including Recruitment materials and process as well as Consent materials and process.  Principal Investigators (PIs) will also learn about research with minors and research in normal educational settings.

For student accessibility accommodations, please email to request services for this event.

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Recent IRB Webinar

January 18, 2024 - "NU Institutional Review Board (IRB): Pre-Application Steps, the Application process, and Application Specifics"

In this webinar, IRB staff will provide a general overview of the IRB Application, including steps required prior to the application, the overall application process, and specifics about the application platform (Cayuse), including sample applications and typical supplemental documents.Information about what to expect after application will also be presented. 

See below for PowerPoint presentation slides:

See below for Questions and Answers for the webinar:

See below for the Webinar recording:

Previous IRB Webinar

October 5, 2023 - “The NU Institutional Review Board (IRB): An Overview of Resources, Services, and Application Process”

IRB staff will provide a general overview of the purpose of the IRB, the resources and services offered to help build an application, and the overall application process. Principal Investigators (PIs) from the entire National University community (graduate students, faculty, staff, and administrators) can benefit from this “IRB 101” event. 

See below for the PowerPoint presentation slides:

See below for Questions and Answers from the webinar.

See below for the webinar recording: